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I would grab an adjustable track bar and they are somewhat right as it relates to the lift itself. You will need the coils/shocks/shorter sway bar links.

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I can't see for crap but is that a stock tie rod?

Good call ditching the drop pitman.

You can usually piece together something much less expensively than going with another kit. I find lots of bargains from folks that got way more jeep money than I do

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"retain the stock trackbar an purchase a front trackbar relocation bracket"

I know the Pictures suck but I think that's a RC front trackbar bracket showing on the first pic isn't it?
My last Jeep was a 76 CJ7 back in 82. I have no idea what stock looks like.
You already have the tb bracket. You can run the stock like that but i would put it on the list for eventual upgrade An upgraded front end tightens things up nicely running 35 mud tires-lol

On the links with the threaded rod style you just trim and reinstall. Yours would be more work but yes you can shorten them as you see fit/I'm sure it's been done.

Dont know where your at but around here you could find a lot of that stuff of FB marketplace or craigslist at steep discounts. Heck I still come across some stuff on Ebay for a steal.


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